After 32 years, the CERN Microcosm closed its doors on 18 September in preparation for CERN's new flagship Science Gateway project.
After five years of arduous activity, new surface and underground structures are ready to house the services, technical infrastructure and accelerator equipment required for the High-Luminosity LHC.
At a seminar at CERN on Tuesday 18 October, the collaboration announced the first simultaneous measurements of R(D*) and R(D).
Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger established the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneered the field of quantum information science.
His contributions to QCD and grand unification made a lasting and profound impact on theoretical physics.
Throughout his distinguished career at CERN, François Piuz worked at the forefront of particle detectors.
An outstanding physicist who played a decisive role in the understanding of atomic nuclei.
Bigot's personal dedication and commitment as ITER director-general shaped every aspect of the project.
Boris Ioffe's work with E Shabalin provided an impetus for the creation of the Glashow–Iliopoulos–Maiani mechanism.
CMS physicists have taken advantage of the data collected during LHC Run 2 to observe jets in many different final states and systematically understand their differences in detail.